NNCSS Succession 1000/1000M RIs.3.0 Exam
You are installing a small Succession 1000/1000M Rls. 3.0 system with four Media
Gateways. Although the Media Gateways come up normally and appear to work properly
when tested, one of the Media Gateway's link LEDs on the front of the Call Server's
Succession System Controller (SSC) did NOT light up. Which task should you perform first?
A. Replace the IP daughterboard on the Call Server's SSC card.
B. Check the interface from the back of the Call Server to the LAN interface for power.
C. Replace the IP daughterboard on the associated Media Gateway's SSC card.
D. Verify that all of the connectors between the IP daughterboard and the Call Server's SSC
card are in place.
Click the exhibit button. A customer has a Succession 1000/1000M Rls. 3.0 system. The
system outputs a FIJI0006 message and the customer reports that many Internet Telephones are
out-of-service. Which action should you take to resolve the issue?
A. Initialize or Sysload the system to clear FIJI card corruption.
B. Reset the card and check the interface cable connections on the faceplate.
C. Check the status of the network card in Overlay LD 32 using the STAT NWK 6
command. Then enter the ENLG 6 command to return the network group to service.
D. Check the ring status in Overlay LD 39 using the STAT RING 0 or 1 command. Then
enter the RSET and RSTR commands to reset counters and restore ring to service.
Given the following information: ? A company has a Succession 1000/1000M Rls. 3.0 system
providing IP-PBX services at their headquarters. ? A sister office has a Meridian 1 Internet
Enabled (IE) Option 11C Rls. 25.40 that is connected to the Succession system with Primary
Rate Interface (PRI) TIE lines. ? Calls can be placed and received between the two offices. ?
The CallPilot 2.0 system at the headquarters is being used as the voice mail system for both